Mammoth Plumbing, LLC June 26, 2014 9:53 AM 0 shares Content preferences Done KATY, Texas, June 26, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ — Mammoth Plumbing is proud to serve their clients in Katy and all of Greater Houston as a Certified Installer on Rinnai Tankless Water Heaters. Teaming with the great tankless water heating manufacturer and having all of Mammoth’s plumbing technicians trained by Rinnai, has provided a greater understanding and knowledge of all tankless water heater. This allows Mammoth Plumbing the ability to properly install all types of tankless water heaters as well as recommend the correct tankless water heater for each homeowners specific needs. Katy Plumber Photo – http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20140626/121885 “This parntership that we have formed with Rinnai allows us to offer the best service and installation for our clients,” Jon Neverez, Owner of Mammoth Plumbing explains. “With all of our plumbing techs having passed Rinnai’s strict accreditation program, it allows them to provide each client all the answers to every question or concern about the tankless water heater system.” How do Tankless Water Heaters Work? Tankless water heaters are driven by either gas or electric power. The power they have heats an internal heat exchange system that is managed by a electronic thermostat. The gas or electricity heats the exchange system, which transfers the heat to water as it passes through. Water then arrives at its destination heated to precisely the temperature or setting desired. Instantaneous Hot Water, Unlimited Hot Water Tankless systems are not on when there is no water present. Conversely, when water flows through them, they transfer heat to the water for as long as homeowners need them. Homeowners with large families will never run out of hot water for their shower again. Is a Tankless Water Heater Right for You? For many homeowners or business owners, the purchasing decision regarding tankless water heaters comes down to three different criteria: cost, convenience, and reliability. Cost: Depending upon how much hot water is used, the operating costs of a tankless hot water system are comparable to that of a system that features a water tank. The primary difference is that homeowners are able to provide instant hot water and avoid long waits for the water tank to reheat when the hot water in a system with a tank runs out. In terms of purchasing and installation costs, the costs are not that different from the costs of replacing a hot water tank, which makes it a nice option the next time the hot water tank requires replacement. Convenience: To be able to fill an oversized bath tub with hot water and not worry about running out of it is a convenience that many homes do not currently have. Adding a tankless hot water system is a superior way to deliver hot water to a home. Reliability: The average water tank can last more than a decade. The average tankless hot water system is designed to last at least that long. The key thing to remember when purchasing and installing a tankless hot water system is that having a factory trained specialist in the Houston area like Mammoth will make the installation much more worry-free. Katy Plumbing Selecting Gas or Electric Tankless Water Heater One of the other choices that consumers need to make when they purchase a tankless water system is whether they will use it with gas or electric power. Gas power is typically less expensive to operate while electric power is available everywhere.
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